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clinton reached tout his family and written him to express her regrets over that raichd but the hom faem is not discussing whether security was adequate leading up to the assault. mark matthews is in the newsroom with the emotional and sometimes fiery testimony. >> apparently the last time hillary clinton will testify as secretary of state. she made it memorable. after months of waiting congress got a chance to grill hillary clinton offer security failure autos nobody wants to sit where i am you and know, have to think now about what could have, should have, would have happened. >> four americans were killed in the terrorist attacks. including u.s. ambassador to liba, chris stevens. whose parents still live in peed yonlt. -- piedmont. republicans saying the oevm ignored requests for more security. >> dots here were connected
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ahead of time. the state department saw this risk coming. >> and senator ron johnson accused the administration of misleading the american public. >> we were misled. they're supposedly protesting and something sprang out of that. that was not the fact and american people didn't know that. >> the fact is that we have four dead americans was it because of a protest or guys out for a walk skid deciding to go kill americans? what difference at this point does it make? it's our job to figure out what happened and to do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. >> a fiery hillary clinton became tearful when talking about standing with the president as bodies came home. >> i put my arms around the mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, sons and daughters. >> this is adjourn itd was
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clinton's last stand for the time being. she leaves the government more popular than ever. a new poll shows 67% of mesh americans have a favorable view of her, it's a new high in her long career in the public spotlight. california senator boxer was part of the hearing in the senate and after it was over she sat down to talk about republican attacks and how she believes clinton responded. we'll be hearing that report coming up at 6:00 tonight. >> thank you. >> former los angeles police chief brat onis now a police consult yanlt. the city council voted 7-1 to give his firm a quarter million dollar contract. hundreds fear he will introduce controversial tactics like stop and frisk. city leaders point out he has a track record of improving ripz between officers and the community.
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vic lee talked to him on the phone today. >> so i have a strong believe that police have the significant impacts on reducing it. by controlling illegal behaviors. to such an extent, you can change the behavior. >> brat onled police departments in new york city, boston and l.a. and thogs cities crime rates dropped on his watch, then, again, after he left. >> the mayor and police chief are holding a news conference to discuss the hiring. we'll have live reports for you at 5:00 and 6:00. >> now developing news in east san jose. a woman has been shot and killed this, is video over the 2600 block of ponsol court just after 1 hirt. -- 1:30, we do know it appears she was targeted. however, police have not
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arrested anyone yet this, is san jose's second homicide of the year. >> police on the lookout for this man. they say he tried to snatch a 13-year-old girl from a neighborhood sidewalk friday morning. police say he tried to drag her into a driveway. >> police have recovered a car stolen during a home invasion monday night. robbers tied up and gagged a couple then ransacked a home. the chp found a stolen camery on highway 52 last night. police have not made nay rests in that case. >> new information about the man accused of a double shooting in pitsburg that killed a 16-year-old boy. that arrest came a day after the sooting that killed steven rosales.
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police say short is on felony probation and has an extensive criminal history. >> police just released this surveillance image of a man trying to rob a mill valley bank. it happened around 6:00 last night. after minutes he ran out with nothing. police believe this man also robbed a bank in green brai two weeks ago. anyone with information is asked to call the marin county sheriff's office. >> a building almost burned down when an art exhibit just went up in flames this, is what is left of claire font yain's art work. she created a map of the united states using 50,000 matches. it was light and create a slow burn, something went wrong. the piece caught fire, flames spread to the ceiling and four firefighters got there and put it out. >> biggest name in consumer tech reported earnings today. >> phones and tablets are hot but profits were kind of flat.
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>> david louie has the story from silicon valley. >> happening now in, apple head quarters in super -- couper teeno a split decision as apple reported quarterly sales and profits. analysts said some numbers missed the mark. apple's $54 billion in revenue were a whisker blow what analysts predicting, counting more than apple selling a record number of iphones and ipads. analysts worry apple is losing it's edge. >> apple made a and it's hard to top that. >> do you care? >> no. they made it decision free process for me that. is why i'm loyal, i guess in
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that sense he says the important thing is that customers love their products that. is what they continue to work on. stock price is important bell weather of the kme. almost one in five mutual funds have apple in portfolios. >> let's check in now on the 49ers they strapped on helmets today. and earning a chance to bring home their 6th super bowl title. here is collin kaepernick looking to become the third youngest company to win a super bowl. patrick willis. 49ers are three and a half points favorites. i should point out age 25, this same age joe namoth won the super bowl and joe montana won the super bowl. good company. >> it happens to be where their birthdays fall.
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>> it's a good group. >> third youngest. >> it's a dream come true for two fans. >> they won a lottery for tickets to the super bowl in new orleans. one actually has a baby on the way. >> they called and said you won 49er tickets to the super bowl. okay. okay. i thought. you know? this is a prank call or something. >> connie thought it was a joke. the 49ers called to say she was one of the lucky ticket holders to win seats. >> that is a chance of a lifetime. it s especially my life. i'm not that young. >> connie offered two super bowl tickets at $850 a pop. there is no question who connie will take with her. >> i figured this is what savings is for. her daughter is seven months pregnant and wasn't sure she can go. the doctor gave the green light. >> healthy, you can go.
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she said enjoy it. have a great time. >> are you allowed to cheer? >> oh, yeah. i have been cheering. i just don't jump up as much anymore. >> many suffering from sticker stock. $27,000 will get you a seat on the 50 yard line. $49,000 buys you lodge seating and $420,000 buys a suite at the super dome. that doesn't include the price of getting to new orleans. she and her mom are looking into flights and hotels. in santa clara, abc 7 news. >> if you go online, airfare is exploding. abc 7 news will be following them and live reports begin
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next week. >> too far for a road trip. here is a live look light rainfalling right now. sandhya patel is up next with the accu-weather forecast. >> a blast of arctic air hits the midest and northeast. how cold chill is there. >> and sandwich sandal. a picture causing a lot of buzz on line. now, subway is in more trouble for it. >> mani teo talks to katie couric. what he lied about and why he did it regarding the girlfriend that never existed. >> taking a look at traffic right now on the skyway, you can see it's wet and slow going especially for drivers trying to make their way east across the bay bridge. stay with us.
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following breaking news. right now, sky 7 hd is live. we've learned two people were shot along the greenway between lincoln and stockton avenues. the trail runs beneath bart tracks in that area. people being told to avoid this. police are searching and interviewing witnesses. >> the family of junior sayo is suing the nfl because of his brain injuries. they came it was because of the hits suffered while playing football, blaming the league for what the family calls acts of omission, hiding
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blows to the head and concealing td evidence of the risks associated. the 43-year-old diagnosed after his death, some 4,000 players have sued nfl now over head injuries. >> subway is now in legal trouble over its foot longs. two new jersey men sued saying the chain has been shorting them on its sandwiches. plaintiffs lawyers are asking for a change in practices and the lawyer says subway should make it 12 inches long or stop advertising them as foot longs. >> as if there is not enough bread on there already? businesses, kodak is closer to getting out of bankruptcy and good results for net flix. hi, emily. >> hi. larry and carolyn.
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net flix posted a profit as it beat its forecast. signing over two million new internet subscribers in the u.s.. the game led to a profit of 13 cents per share. analysts predicted a 13 cent loss. kodak takes another step towards getting out of bankruptcy. a judge approved $844 million in financing that kodak will use. this was contingent on the sale of its patent portfolio. kodak is in the process of selling patents to a group of tech giants for $527 million. and cisco says it's lie byeing an israel start up that makes
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technology to help wireless carriers manage their network. today, walking away with a stake estimated $230 mill yichblt how is that? and broader markets today, stocks closed high yes, lawmakers voted to raise the debt keeling and tech stocks rallied amid better than expected earnings. your bloomberg silicon valley index closing up, google, and apple helping pull index up. >> facebook lending a hand to help suicide prevention, providing researchers at the suicide prevention group safe.org with posts from those that take their own lives, experts say it may help friends and family better identify warning signs.
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in san francisco, i'm emily chang, back to you. >> millions face two more days of bundling up. there is dangerous cold weather tightening it's grip on the northwest. >> so far, it's being blamed for four deaths. commuters drove through fresh snow. sun rise revealed frozen mississippi river. temperatures plunged to 35 degrees in some communities, forecasters expect this to last into the weekend uk see ice covering the side of this gutted warehouse forming after firefighters doused a burning building with hundreds of thousands of gallons of water. >> check out the demonstration from a tv news reporter. you can see ice crystals forming. hot water flung into the air, you can hammer nails. and if you leave it outside,
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who knew? >> around here? >> you can use an umbrella. advisories from northern plains. we're talking about wind chill 15-30 degrees. and they'll get relief by weekend. we, on the other hand will see more rain this weekend. we'll talk about the now, here is a live look from our east bay hills camera. looking across the bay. by do have light rain across many parts of the bay area and there are stronger pockets as well. you'll see that our radar down towards the santa cruz mountains tracking this system. rain has been moderate. san jose avenue, stoney point
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road we're getting light rainfall, petaluma hill road heading towards other parts of the region, knoxville road, just northeast of yontville, you can see moderate rain as well. moving towards east bay here, hercules, richmond you're getting light rain at this hour. really light yend up in san francisco is moving out of the picture for the time being. temperatures running cooler than where they are. visibility is poor in pockets. upper 40s now in novato and here are the highlights. rain continues overnight, showers lingering early tomorrow. you'll need umbrellas. cooler pattern and here is our system. it's slow moving. it continues to shift eastward, we'll keep the rin in the forecast. you'll see rain and snow
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levels. early morning showers, then partial clearing for your thursday afternoon. so you can put umbrellas away. at least for thursday afternoon. tomorrow morning, mild because of the cloud cover. because of the showers. temperatures low to upper 40s, heading out of the door make sure you grab umbrellas. there will be scattered showers for the early part of the day, then, tomorrow afternoon, going with partly to mostly cloudy. upper 50s around san raf yes. 63 palo alto around monterey bay, 61 monterey. accu-weather forecast, morning showers give twig drier conditions through friday. cooler pattern for the weekend. chance of showers saturday. and clearing sunday, one computer model wants to squeeze in the possibility of rain. dry next week, but that sunday, we'll fine tune it getting
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cross close year at least it's not 35 below. >> that puts things, i mean. >> thank you. >> coming up next, brothers jim and john harbaugh on major headlines for super bowl 47. we'll show you the cover where the har-bowl, plus... she's back. the young girl showing off her 49ers team pride coming up new at 4:30. >> and governor brown reviewing his state of the state address. state address. we'linsosoe enaatint ilyel y s luloonge iuronirplin ocdiou
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49ers not only landed themselves in the super bowl. but on the cover of "sports illustrated". they will see this cover, this week's edition features a preview of the game. the national addition has the harbaugh brothers facing off in what fans are calling the har-bowl or super baugh. >> they're tired of it yes
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from. day one, right? >> beyonce's lip syncing scandal continues. >> it's been two days since the president's inauguration. fans are still asking whether or not she sang live. beyonce has yet to comment but posted several pictures to her tumbler account. she's also seen in a recording studio with members of the u.s. marine band. and more music news, shikira has given birth to a baby boy. he's the singer's first child with her husband, it's official, adele will perform at at kad may wards mpl she's
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won a golden globe for the james bond theme, she has yet to perform it live. you can catch it on oscar sunday, february 24th here on abc. and it's time to let us know which movies were your favorites? mark your predictions right now, share them on facebook. >> still head, research suggests women smokers are more likely to be killed than their habit than before. but... >> in lay fayette, school officials are making a change to make sure classrooms can be secured quickly in an emergency. >> also, ashton cutch skbrer tom cruise among many victims in southern california y one lawmaker wants to toughen penalties for what is known as celebrity s.w.a.t.ing. >> i'm michael finney. are you in the market for a
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all-electric car? we'll take a look at biggest brands and find out which
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in east bay school district is making a change in the type of locks currently used to make the classroom
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secure. >> abc 7 news is live with more on this for us. laura? >> before sandy hook this, school district was in the process of installing security cameras on the five campuses. now, they'll take that effort further. doors in the school district will start sporting these. inside wrrx w.a push of the button. >> we want to do what we can to keep our kids safe to signal to the community and to teachers and staff that we need to do our part. >> this move in the wake of the deadly rampage in sandy hook elementary cool. -- school=)ñ. the new handles will replace theqñ current type on some 200
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stores that now lock using a key. the cost is about $60,000. parents seem to think it'sñ a common sense approach to beefing up security on campuses that are typically wide open. >> this i gegs makes sense. >> now, it isn't the only school district moving to beef up security down the road n or5q yinda, they're looking at new locks that can be lock;-from the inside n martinez they have that type but have adopted a new policy they remain locked during the school day. >> senator feinstein will inro tro dus legislation that would ban ammunition feeding devices. the president supports the measure, feinstein will be joined by law enforcement and gun safety and gun violence
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groups. >> u.s. house agreed to raise the debt limits. that means the government can continue making payments on its loans and not default but the will only extends the limit for three months. it also includes a provision that docks the pay of lawmaker autos new proposed legislation cracking down on so called s.w.a.t.ing prank going on in southern california. celebrities have been targets of the fake 911 calls that are reporting serious emergencies. chris brown was the subject of a s.w.a.t.ing hoax. they call it s.w.a.t.ing because the s.w.a.t. team usually responds. the state senator says he hopes the measure will put an end to the s.w.a.t.ing. >> it will increase penalties on false september 11th calls by making it easier to prosecute a felony and hold
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perpetrator responsible for costs of the false call. >> no hearing date has been set yet. >> prince hairy back in the united kingdom today. we have new video to show you of his plane touching down this morning. now he's returned he says he wants to balance being a pilot and a royal. >> the opportunity i'd like to take on more raw stuff to the extent of predeployment keeps you very, very busy. hopefully as long as i stay current flying and consider it a job, then, i'll be able to do pay more attention to charities and stuff like that. >> once his brother, william's child is born, harry will move down to fourth in line for the thrown. he says he's been too busy with army duties to give that much thought. >> still ahead she is the gem of the show. an exhibit opening this
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weekend at deyoung museum. >> michelle obama's eye ro. what house boehner -- speaker john boehner says it isn't about. >> san jose, it's cloudy. they've seen a little bit of rain. so far only 1/100ths in san jose. i'll let you know how long you'll need, coming up. >> looking at traffic checking out golden gate bridge. you can see the road is slick but traffic moving along nicely.
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the painting known as the dutch mona lisa is about to go on exhibit. girl with the pearl earring ais a famous painting by vermeer and is recognized as a masterpiece for the use of shadow and light. and the girl's face generates a lot of interest. >> don't know who she was. she was probably based on an actual person but we don't know who that person was. there is something mysterious about looking at her, she invites to us fill in her story. >> the painting is on loan from the netherlands. works by dutch masters including rembrandt are also
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on display. >> everybody has been talking about this, house speaker john boehner debunked a theory about the first lady's eye rolling. michelle obama caught making that expression after boehner said something to the president. >> there is no audio in this video. a lip reading expert says boehner made a joke the first lady prevented the president from having a cigarette before lunch. the house speaker says that wasn't what they were talking about. boehner smokes. the president quit but says it's a struggle. other lip readers say it's too difficult to tell what was said here. >> very to give you credit. i thought she was making it towards boehner. it turns out as you suggest. >> i first suggested. thank you. >> yes. i want to make sure you're getting proper credit. >> you miss my eye roll it happens so frequently. i don't pay attention. >> turn on the weather? >> yes.
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>> hi, carolyn and larry. goits tok slick across the bay area. take a look at live doppler 7 hd. we have rain coming down. and it's moderate around napa. we show you here around third avenue, redwood road street level radar. stanley lane, moderate pockets of rain. heading towards east bay, around fremont, highway 84, really light showers and taking you to other parts of the bay area. you're starting to moisten up. santa clara area seeing light returns right now. tomorrow, thursday, bitterly cold. 21 new york. you want warm weather, head to phoenix. it's going to be 78 degrees. rain in los angeles, 69
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tomorrow. up towards the chico area, 60 degrees, tahoe, 46. could see isolated snow showers there tomorrow. this is high snow levels. highs tomorrow, partly to mostly cloudy skies, upper 50s to the mid-60s and there is a possibility of rain. on saturday if you're making weekend plans. we're looking into the weekend right? >> you are. absolutely. >> right. right. >> up next, it's not political lines but house democratic leader is from baltimore? so which team is she rooting for on super bowl sunday? >> this young girl is out with her second hit. >> i'm michael finney. i'll compare three of the ratest electric cars and find out which goes to the
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>> some number crunching shows one in every seven boys will probably develop prostate cancer in as a man. number of cancer deaths has fallen by 20% in the past 20 years, doctors credit better
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testing and drugs that catch the disease. more men are developing prostate cancer because they're living longer. >> a new study finds american women have caught up to men in terms of risk of death from smoking. women are starting earlier and lung cancer risks for men hit a plateau in 1980s. researchers say the risk of dying of lung cancer is 25 times higher sfor smoke years a study found obese drivers face a higher risk of dying in car accidents and found obese drivers get less protection from seat belts. slightly more than a third of american adults are now considered obese. the study appears in emergency medicine journey. >> consumer reports partnered with 7 on your side to a report on a take on three
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electric cars. >> yes. oo as you've reports more companies are coming out with cars that are all electric, no gas needed. several claim the equivalent of 100 miles per hour or better. it could have you thinking about buying an electric vehicle so consumer reports just tested latest entries. ford calls it the most fuel efficient compact car in america, consumer reports finds it can get 107 miles per gallon. and engineers compared witness other cars. >> ime gets 111 miles per gallon but it's slow z cramped and it rides stiffly. engineers thought it felt like
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a glorified golf cart. >> consumer reports found the range is around 60 miles. >> you can get a 240 cutting time down to six hours. >> most luxurious car is a tesla model s, claiming a range of up to 265 miles. several charging stations can charge halfway in just 30 minutes. >> an impression is that it's expensive, starting at $57,000. >> ford focus electric falls somewhere in the middle this range is about 80 miles and a charge takes less than four hours with a 240 volt charger.
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impressive ride and handling and moved a lot more fun to drive than nissan leap. >> that looks like it would be more fun. >> yes. exactly. >> take a look. very own michael finney with his dad after a game earlier and that is very cute. >> is your dad a big niners fan? >> he is. he loves all sports. >> is he taking you to the game? >> yes. >> a 4-year-old sporting her team pride in her cheerleader outfight and a new niners fan one month old her parents want one of her first words to be niners or kaepernick. >> not mama or d.a., right?
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>> you can send us your fan photos. >> for politicians you've got to go with people who sent you there. house democratic leader says she will be roosting for san francisco this weekend. this city she's represented is not her hometown of baltimore. her late father says i'm rooting for 49ers not against baltimore. >> that is a political move. >> yes. >> so 6-year-old sarah redden is back with her latest hit. it's called kapafornia, i guess. listen.
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♪ [ music ] . ♪ [ music ] . >> she's become a you tube sensation after her kap rap and she's got the signed jersey and fake tattoos to prove it she's adorable. sarah gives shout outs to the team. you herds her mention crabtree. the video received 8,000 views since being posted. we've posted her video on our web site. >> manti ts teo talks for the
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first time on camera. >> now, i get a phone call saying she's alive. >> he opened up to katie couric in an interview. what katie said about the young man after their interview. >> i'm cheryl jennings. coming up at 5:00 fallout from connecticut school shooting. a district taking heat for storing high powered semi automatic rifles on campuses. california all of a sudden, flush with cash. why $4 hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol
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hey america, even though they don't need one, wes, clay, and demarcus tried on the depend real fit briefs for charity to prove how great the fit is even while playing pro football. the best protection now looks, fits and feels just like underwear. get a free sample and try one on for yourself. manti teo admitted to briefly lying speaking out in an exclusive interview with abc's katie couric and wants tochl plain how he got wrapped up in that online hoax involving that fake girlfriend. >> it started with a love story, now it's a twisted tale
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of deceit. on with whose part? manti teo is admitting he knew about the hoax earlier. >> anyone put yourself in my situation. put yourself in my situation. this girl i committed to myself to died on september 12th now i get a call december 6th saying she's alive and i'm going to be put on tv two days later. what would you do? >> kurt describes tao as candid. >> i think it was a very intense hour of television. i not only interviewed manti but his parents. there is a lot of raw emotion and squirming. i prepped him on issues people have wondered about. >> some people think he used this scam to help his image. he gained headlines after
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announcing both his girlfriend and grandmother died on the same day in sex his dad field that had question. telling couric this was not the case. >> people can speculate about what they think he is. i've known him 21 years of his life. and he's not a liar. he's a kid. >> what about the man behind the hoax? one legal analyst says in some states it's a misdemeanor to impersonate someone online, but in this case waits not a real person. have you to prove there was intent to harm or intimidate. >> this story is bizarre, you can watch this interview with him and his parents tomorrow afternoon on katie before abc 7 news at 4:00. >> today, jimmy kimmel collecting on a bet. he took over a twitter account of modern family star julie
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bowen after beating her in a race last night. take a look. >> jimmy kimmel showing belter speed than i'd imagined. shocking. the winner takes over the twit year kts one day. you can read the tweets here is one of the tweets, hi, i'm julie. and i'm a star. he also wrote i just read minutes ago he said... i, today i'm taking over tweets, tomorrow, thoughts. it airs live following abc 7 news at 11:00. all right. thanks for joining us for abc 7 news at 4:00. the news at 5:00 continues
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right now. >> thank you. that is at 5:00. he's a man on a mission. you're going to hear from a consultant oakland just hired about how he plans to fight crime there. >> a california school district armed with high powered weapons just in case.. >> live doppler 7 tracking a show-moving system. how long you'll need rain gear coming up. >> good evening, i'm cheryl jengs. >> i'm carolyn johnson. the consultant hired to help fight crime says he's ready to get to work. the city council approved the hiring of william bratton and this hearing ended at 2:30 this morning. abc 7 news spoke with brat ontoday, brat onseems confident he can make a difference in spite of the controversy.
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>> remember that adage success breeds success? well, it's followed this police chief from new york to los angeles and he tell meez there are strategy that's will work in oakland. in detroit he's trying to dot same there. >> bill brat onis confident. >> i've never had to hear in km crime did not go down in the city. that i was working in. crime continued to go down. >> the philosophy is control behavior of criminals, flood hot spots with officers. the places where most of the violent crimes take place. the hot spots where the drug marketplaces were host shootings occurred. he reassigned hundreds to the narcotics unit.
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drug-related homicides dropped. >> we do it by controlling illegal behavior. you effectively reduce the amount of crime and number of people committing crimes. >> one of the tools is the controversial stop and frisk. a tactic fueled anger among many residents afraid it will result in racial profiling. there are 700,000 stop and frisk incidents per year. brat onsays it's an effective tool. blaming it on police departments using the practice inappropriately. >> tools given to work with you have to use them legally and use them compass knitly